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Albert Kahn Associates. Continuing the legacy (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 31 gen 2001


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4.0 su 5 stelle Illustrated architectural monograph typical for l'ArcaEdizioni 4 dicembre 2008
Di Eugene Tenenbaum Reluctant Reader - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile
It is a typical and copiously illustrated in color survey of 14 works (projects) of one design firm (architect) on 144 pages. Like other architectural monographs from the l'Arca Talenti collection sized 9 1/2 x 13 3/8 inch, it was beautifully published on glossy paper, and full of excellent color photos, but also fewer usually b&w technical drawings (plans, sections, sketches, elevations, 3D schematics, axonometric views, etc.). There are a preface, analysis and introduction to the architect on a few pages each, then the main part presenting 14 architectural works, and ending list(s) of (selected) projects (credits) or office architects (biographies), etc. Each architectural work is introduced by a title page with a half-page text description followed by several pages with illustrations only. The quality of printing and bounding is excellent. It is slightly less technical and more album-like than the Architectural Monographs (No) series (or their present equivalent) published by Wiley-Academy (formerly Academy Editions / St. Martin's Press or Rizzoli).
FROM THE FRONT FLAP:
Architect Albert Kahn was one of the early inventors of the automobile factory in the early 1900s. Today, Albert Kahn Associates, Inc. (AKA) continue their legacy by leading factory architecture and many other Sectors - from university complexes to the most updated research centers - as a fully integrated, multi-disciplinary professional practice, with wide-ranging diversity, flexibility and responsiveness to customer needs.
CONTENTS:
5 Preface by Gordon VR. Holness
7 The Factory of the Future
11 Albert Kahn and His Firm: A Place in History by Grant Hildebrand
17 Works
18 University of Michigan University Hospital
26 Providence Medical Center Providence Park
34 Ethyl Corporation Research Center
44 BMW Corporation Manufacturing Plant and Visitors' Center
54 Aurora Health Centers
62 University of Michigan Media Union
72 Mercedes Benz M-Class Assembly Plant
82 Ford Research and Engineering Center
90 University of Michigan East Ann Arbor Health Center
98 Michigan State University Engineering Building Additions
106 DaimlerChrysler Indiana Transmission Plant
116 General Motors Building Prototype Wing 4A
122 Grand Circus Park
136 Oakland University Elliott Hall of Business and Information Technology
141 List of Clients
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1.0 su 5 stelle A Company Brochure 18 ottobre 2002
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Formato: Copertina flessibile
This book, if one can really call it so, can best be described as propaganda for an architecture practice whose entire claim to fame is based on the architecture of its original founder, Albert Kahn. Unfortunately the architecture of the present firm Kahn and Associates has nothing to do with the great Detroit pioneer. It might be of interest to persons researching how great firms have gone bad.
A waste of paper.

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